HATCHER GARDEN & WOODLAND PRESERVE
coloring pages

Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve is offering a series of coloring pages to download and color. Over the next few months, new colorings pages will be added that feature plants that grow here as well as special special garden areas within Hatcher Garden. The coloring pages are not only meant to be fun to color but educational as well. The first page to be released is the indian pink which grows in the Altrusa Native Plant Garden. A photograph of the indian pink can be downloaded to see what the flower looks like. Enjoy!

Click here to download the coloring page of the indian pink.
Click on the picture below to see a bigger view of the indian pink.



The indian pink (spigelia marilandica), also called pinkroot, likes moist wood-
lands to grow. It was first discovered and catalogued by naturalist John Bartram when he explored the south during pre-Revolutionary War times.


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